A house through time

(32 Posts)
grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:04:20

New series- yeah!!
One of my favourite programs.

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LanieM87 Tue 07-Sep-21 21:05:17

Yes! I love this programme!

grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:08:53

Beautiful house.

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JaninaDuszejko Tue 07-Sep-21 21:09:16

Fabulous. Which city is this one in?

LanieM87 Tue 07-Sep-21 21:09:40

It's in Leeds @JaninaDuszejko

grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:10:03

Leeds- Headingly

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grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:10:49

I'd live to know the previous owners of my house.

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LanieM87 Tue 07-Sep-21 21:16:10

I live in a new build @grafittiartist 🙈 not much mystery here.

marypoppinsreturns Tue 07-Sep-21 21:16:54

Just noticed right before it started that this was on. I loved the last series. 'Who do you think you are' for houses- so interesting.

veneeroftheweek Tue 07-Sep-21 21:30:34

One of my favourites too. I'd love to research the history of my house.

GreyhoundG1rl Tue 07-Sep-21 21:31:40

Oh, lovely. I love these!

veneeroftheweek Tue 07-Sep-21 21:33:33

The houses are always so lovely too!

SpittinKitten Tue 07-Sep-21 21:35:57

I've looked into the history of mine a little - our street was the local "millionaire's row" when it was built in the mid 1800s; according to records, at one point my house contained both a vicar and a leather merchant hmm grin

grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:36:14

LanieM ha!!!

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GreyhoundG1rl Tue 07-Sep-21 21:36:39

SpittinKitten

I've looked into the history of mine a little - our street was the local "millionaire's row" when it was built in the mid 1800s; according to records, at one point my house contained both a vicar and a leather merchant hmm grin

Oh, that sounds fascinating. I'd love to do that.

mogtheexcellent Tue 07-Sep-21 21:40:23

I research historic buildings for a living. I bloody love it. Currently researching a 19thc pub.

Thanks for the heads up on the new series. Hes such a good presenter.

mogtheexcellent Tue 07-Sep-21 21:41:42

@LanieM87

The land your home is on could be intetesting though... smile

Warmduscher Tue 07-Sep-21 21:45:22

It’s Headingley with an “e”.

I know, I’m pedantic but I live here!

grafittiartist Tue 07-Sep-21 21:59:14

Warm- I apologise!! I added it and removed it about 3 times!!

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MsAdoraBelleDearheartVonLipwig Tue 07-Sep-21 22:02:05

My house is only 30 years old so I love old houses as mine isn’t very interesting. I do know that it used to be a farmyard, the original farmhouse is next to us. That’s about it. grin

MissMarpleRocks Tue 07-Sep-21 22:25:26

Love this program. Very happy to have Leeds featured. Lived in Headingley when I was a student 35+ years ago. My heart is still there.

Warmduscher Tue 07-Sep-21 22:28:08

MissMarpleRocks

Love this program. Very happy to have Leeds featured. Lived in Headingley when I was a student 35+ years ago. My heart is still there.

Me too - loved it so much I moved 200 miles back here in May of this year smile

SamanthaJayne4 Tue 07-Sep-21 22:35:46

I also like this programme. I wondered whether they have a back garden as they had a small greenhouse in the front garden. Lovely house.

GreySweater Tue 07-Sep-21 22:41:42

Ooh I look forward to catching up on this. I also lived in Headingley as a student (in a house a few roads away from the one featured and very similar). About 25 years ago! Love this series anyway and a massive fan of David Olusoga

Anystarinthesky Wed 08-Sep-21 02:32:22

Such a fascinating programme, I really enjoy it.

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